by Heather Clark | Christian News Network
October 14, 2013
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. – Three youth pastors in Washington have been bared from visiting an area middle school after being accused of speaking about Christianity to students during the lunch period.
This past Thursday, parents of students who attend Woodward Middle School in Bainbridge Island attended a board meeting to discuss the issue, with over 20 people commenting about the matter, according to reports.
“We can’t ignore this,” School Board President Mike Spence told KomoNews.com. “There are just too many serious issues to consider here.”
Spence said that while he is aware that he can’t bar religious groups from the campus, he is concerned about the “separation of church and state.”
“That’s pretty dangerous,” he stated. “It’s a pretty slippery slope I guess I would say.”
The youth pastors, however, deny [read the full story here: Speaking About Christianity to Students]photo: http://www.bisd303.org/Page/11